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25 Jul 2014 16:30 • Ally McRoberts
OPPONENTS have blasted a plan to increase the number of huge wind turbines at Little Raith, next to Mossmorran, to 15.
25 Jul 2014 14:30
A MAJOR cruise operator is set to launch a new season of voyages from Rosyth.
25 Jul 2014 11:50
THE number of stop-and-searches carried out by police in Fife rocketed by 471 per cent in a year.
25 Jul 2014 09:30 • Siew Peng Lee
TWO bighearted Dunfermline youngsters have cooked up a idea to raise funds for charity – baking for a coffee morning!
25 Jul 2014 07:30
What started as a hobby at school has become a lifelong achievement for a cornet player in Dunfermline Town Band.
The Week in Pictures (3 July)
THE 2014 Alhambra Theatre Summer School kicked off in true jazz-hands style on Monday, running until Saturday 2nd August.
A FIRE investigation is to take place after a slice of Rosyth history went up in smoke last night (Tuesday).
FIGURES released by Fife Sports and Leisure Trust show more Fifers are getting active.
AN INVERKEITHING woman is claiming the derelict school next door is attracting rats and mice.
A DALGETY BAY recycling centre attendant got on his bike to raise £1625 for sick kids by cycling from Glasgow to Fife.
FIFE COUNCIL'S Oakley Local Office was closed for a short period of time due to an unexpected visit from bats.
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25 Jul 2014 15:30
A PLAYER who gave a false name and personal details has seen Dunfermline docked 27 points by the East Cricket League and put their place in Division One in jeopardy.
25 Jul 2014 11:30
THE road cycling season has continued with the Scottish National 50-mile time trial championship, held at Irvine on Sunday.
24 Jul 2014 13:45 • Ross Hart
CARNEGIE Swimming Club's Rachael O'Donnell will compete for a Commonwealth Games medal after helping Scotland reach the 4x100m freestyle final this afternoon.
24 Jul 2014 10:45 • Ross Hart
THE Commonwealth Games were officially opened last night (Wednesday) and two West Fife swimmers are aiming to make a splash on day one of competition.
25 Jul 2014 08:30
SOME Scottish clubs have already been in European action but others are still going through pre-season training. We’ll be told how physically testing it has been (and there’s no doubt that it will have been) but around 10 years from now we may also end up reading an autobiography in which a player recounts a story from a pre-season trip that involves 10 pints and a fire extinguisher. Possibly in the middle of a book that also recounts how either their or a team-mate’s life spiralled out of control through alcohol.
21 Jul 2014 16:30
WITH less than two months to decide Scotland’s future, one of the biggest issues being raised on doorsteps in Dunfermline and the West Fife villages is pensions.
20 Jul 2014 08:30
WHEN it comes to the stressful situation of breaking up a marriage, it is safe to say that one of the most contentious aspects of this process is the splitting of assets, whether it be savings, property or pensions. Today, I’m going to cover pensions and divorce and explain briefly how this works in Scottish Law.
15 Jul 2014 18:30
THE World Cup final might have taken place on Sunday but it was only an aperitif for the real showcase tonight (Tuesday), Champions League football in Iceland.
10 Jul 2014 15:00 • Gary Fitzpatrick
Dunfermline's own Modern Faces continue to go from strength to strength releasing their new video 'Matter of Time'.
4 Jul 2014 12:05 • Gary Fitzpatrick
Clannad coming to the Alhambra for the only Scottish date on their 40th anniversary tour.